Our way to Bosa along the rugged coastline with ever changing colours, is home to the rare griffon vultures. Bosa’s picturesque colourful narrow houses cling to the slopes of a castlehill above the banks of the river Temo – a chance to take charming photos. On our tour through the narrow streets, we will taste the noble Malvasia wine in one of the local bars.

The archaeological highlight in the afternoon is the nuragic fortress of Santu Antine, one of the biggest and best preserved megalithic buildings of the Sardinian Bronze Age. You will be amazed by the gigantic dimensions of this 3500 year old monument embedded in the lovely landscape of the Meilogu.